Expynent is a tiny library that provides common regular expression patterns. This can be useful if you don't want to write regular expression manually. Also you can use this library as fixture for testing framework like a py.test.
~ pip install expynent
Just import the pattern that you want:
import re from expynent.patterns import ZIP_CODE if re.match(ZIP_CODE['RU'], '43134'): print('match') else: print('not match') # Output: 'not match'
also you can use compiled patterns:
from expynent.compiled import URL url = 'http://foo.com/blah_blah_(wikipedia)_(again)' if URL.match(url): print('valid') else: print('invalid') # Output: 'valid'
You can look at the list of supported patterns below:
Your contributions are always welcome! Please take a look at the contribution guidelines first.
This is an experimental project and it's mean that we do not guarantee stability. We try to write tests for all expressions, but we cannot guarantee the perfect operation of regular expressions because it is impossible to cover all cases.